Definition of Cobwebbing

1. cobweb [v] - See also: cobweb



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cobwebbing

cobswan
cobswans
coburg
coburgs
cobwall
cobwalls
cobweb
cobweb site
cobweb spider
cobweb spiders
cobwebbed
cobwebberies
cobwebbery
cobwebbier
cobwebbiest
cobwebbing (current term)
cobwebby
cobweblike
cobwebs
cobwebsite
cobwebsites
cobwork
cobyric acid
cobyric acid synthase
cobyrinamide
cobyrinic acid
cobyrinic hexa-amide
cobza
cobzas
coca

Literary usage of Cobwebbing

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1. Mars as the Abode of Life by Percival Lowell (1908)
"Fine lines and little gossamer filaments only, cobwebbing the face of the Martian disk, but threads to draw one's mind after them across the millions of ..."

2. Four Years in British Columbia and Vancouver Island: An Account of Their by Richard Charles Mayne (1862)
"... either running along the back of a river-bar, and supplying tbe sluices at it, or cobwebbing and intersecting the whole country as in California. ..."

3. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1882)
"... also underwent a complete cobwebbing. The automaton was an automaton, and nothing more. Things now went so evenly indeed, that but for Hilda's animation ..."

4. Theory and Practice of Teaching by Edward Thring (1894)
"A thousand such gossamers are floating in the air, restless and intangible; up to the present time floating at random, merely cobwebbing the popular brain. ..."

5. Elementary Textbook of Economic Zoology and Entomology by Vernon Lyman Kellogg, Rennie Wilbur Doane (1915)
"... works great injury both in the actual destruction of comb and in the felting and cobwebbing of the interior of the hive with the tough silken netting. ..."

6. Biographical Dictionary of Well-known British Columbians: With a Historical by John Blaine Kerr (1890)
"... either' running along the back of a river-bar, and supplying the sluices at it, or cobwebbing and intersecting the whole country as in California. ..."

7. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1882)
"... also underwent a complete cobwebbing. The automaton was an automaton, and nothing more. Things now went so evenly indeed, that but for Hilda's animation ..."

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